Presentation 1998/6/6
Interpersonal Communication as Social Skills
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Abstract(in English) This paper discusses the importance of interpersonal communication process as the main elements of social skills with the structural view of interpersonal relationships. Encoding and decoding steps are quite basic phases in interpersonal communication process. The first model was postulated by Argyle in relation to the motor-skill model. Then, Cook showed the expanded model that he elaborated the previous simple model. Their models showed us the many perceiced factors to be discussed. We ourselves should consider the relativity of own cultural background. Cooperative harmony and highly estimated process are necessary to understand social skills in Japan.
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Keyword(in English) Social skills / interpersonal communication / nonverbal communication / interpersonal relationships
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Conference Date 1998/6/6(1days)
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Title (in English) Interpersonal Communication as Social Skills
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Keyword(1) Social skills
Keyword(2) interpersonal communication
Keyword(3) nonverbal communication
Keyword(4) interpersonal relationships
1st Author's Name Ikuo DAIBO
1st Author's Affiliation Department of Psychology for Well-being, Hokusei Gakuen University()
Date 1998/6/6
Paper # HCS98-15
Volume (vol) vol.98
Number (no) 100
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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